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simms joins us with the latest. >> that question is something police are still concerned about. they are trying to find an answer. they did have access somehow and a telling us this investigation has grown. the police probe into what happened inside of this house in the middle river and a hotel room has grown into a federal investigation. >> one of these incidents, we know, happened in georgia. we are working with the fbi on this case now. >> baltimore county police arrested 34-year-old j anjohn nicklas and his 26-year-old girlfriend shannon honea. they engaged in and found the child sexual abuse. police are trying to identify the children. >> we want to first find them and get them what they need and then bring justice to the whole incident. >> both are emergency medical technicians. they work for an ambulance company that transports patients to hospitals and nursing homes. a spokesman says these are very serious allegations. we will cooperate fully with the appropriate law enforcement agencies. the company fired both on monday for not showing up to work for two days last week
in our public life. and millions of americans, hundreds of us who were affected by his personal touch. >> he was the youngest of nine, and kennedy was at the helm of the famous family, staring them through rough waters of personal tragedy. tributes for the senator are now revealed. it is motorcade will take his body to the john f. kennedy library where he will lie in repose until friday. the funeral will take place in boston on saturday, where family and world leaders, including president obama, will honor the man and his legacy. he was remembered for his love of country, family, and to see his powerful voice tnow silenced will be one that echoes long after his death. two weeks ago, his sister, eunice kennedy shriver passed away. >> senator kennedy is remembered as one of the most influential senators of our time. president barack obama says the country has lost a great leader. >> in the united states senate, i can think of no one who engendered greater respect or affection from members of both sides of the aisle. his extraordinary life on this earth has come to an end. an extraordina
in the shoulder. it happened last night in cherry hill. john sherman joins us live from city police headquarters with more on the story. >> police insist this was a random, accidental shooting. the police commissioner has known the victim for years. >> it is absolutely ridiculous that people are still suffering this way. >> this is cherry hill community leader shirley folks'home, and this is the bullet hole. last night, a random shot passed through here and into her shoulder. >> incredibly unfortunate and horrible that miss shirley is sitting in her house and she gets hit by stray bullet. >> he came to know mrs. shirley during his time leading the southern district. >> here is a lady who has dedicated a big chunk of her adult life to making the neighborhood say for -- safer. we are going to get on top of this and hold those responsible and accountable. >> as to speculation she may have been targeted for past support of the police, the commissioner says there is simply no evidence. >> she is a great partner to of us. people need to be clear. this is not a case where she got hit because she had a
, neck, and arm. a spokeswoman tells us she was a very well-respected employee and had attained the rank of ceo. police telling us no suspect or motive in the case. >> tonight baltimore city police are looking into a shooting in west baltimore. sky team 11 flew over the scene. we are told the man was shot at north fremont ave. police have not identified the victim. no word yet on a motive or suspects. a police involved shooting is under investigation. a pair of officers were patrolling hazelwood avenue when they tried to stop the late model toyota camry. police say the driver through the car in reverse and tried to run down an officer. that is when shots were fired. the driver was able to escape on foot, but a female passenger was shot. she was taken to the hospital. if you have information, you're asked to call the police immediately. >> the church and vandalized. the pastor says he believes it is a scare tactic courtesy of a local game. it happened in the 600 lots. melissa carlson joined us live with the latest. >> the homicide victim was not a member of the church, but the pastor said
the relief from both the families of u.s. victims and the obama administration still little to sway the justice secretary's decision. >> he now faces a sentence imposed by a higher power. it is terminal, final, in a revival of -- where a vote of both -- and irrevocable. >> family members of those killed in the bombing are unhappy that the only convicted suspect has been released after reagan listened joins us live with part of the story -- has been released. melissa joins us live with part of the story. >> this woman has lost her only biological daughter. tonight she says she is morning her loss. >> this was her last week when she heard he was asked to be released to libya. >> we are praying the scottish government does the right thing by us and our children and all 270 loved ones. >> now her hope has turned into horror. >> it is a betrayal of our loved ones. >> she said it was last night when she found out the scottish officials said he could go home as an act of compassion. >> he now faces a sentence imposed by a higher power. it is one that no court in any jurisdiction, in any la
. >> john nicklas and shannon honea are both paramedics. barry simms joins us live from police headquarters with the latest. >> 34-year-old janette perla is a state certified -- 34-year-old john nicklas is a state paramedic as well as shannon honea and now face pornography charges. neighbors are shocked and disgusted. >> since they have been living down there, i have noticed quite a few police cars down there and fire department down there on a regular basis. there were quite a few of children that were noticed down in that area all the time. >> baltimore county police searched this home. they arrested john nicklas and his girlfriend shannon honea on charges of filming, promoting child pornography. >> filming it and they are obviously distributing its two other people. >> an investigation led police to seize the equipment from the home. investigators stand computers, followup -- finding child pornography. one disc was called "fun in atlanta." please are not sure who the young females are, when the abuse occurred, or if other victims exist. >> we are going to find that there are other materi
saw standing before us president bill clinton. [applause] we were shocked. but we knew instantly in our hearts that the nightmare of our lives was finally coming to an end. >> the former president made the trip to california where he was greeted by his vice-president al gore who founded the network the women were working for when they were taken into custody. >> it speaks well for our country when it to american citizens are in harm's way, so many people would just put things aside and go to work to make sure that this has had a happy ending. >> president obama shared in the joy from the white house. >> we are obviously extraordinarily relieved. >> but this day is not about the fanfare with the politicians, it is about to families that are finally whole again. >> to be able to look into her eyes again today was absolutely indescribable. >> we are learning a bit more now about the time that the women were locked away in north korea. they were sentenced to 12 years of hard labor but whenever taken to a work camp. >> for more reaction to the release and to read up on their backgroun
minutes. >> you can always follow the forecast by using our interactive radar. it allows you to track rain or storms right down to your own street. log on to click on weather. >> the big story tonight at 5:00, we're learning more about the racially motivated beating of an elderly fisherman. >> the suspect, 28-year-old calvin lockner, has a tattoo of adolf hitler on his stomach, even uses hitler as a nickname. lisa robinson joins us live from shock trauma, where the victim is being treated, and she has the latest. >> the victim, james privett, is suffering from severe head injuries. he's reported to be in fair but stable condition. mayor sheila dixon says she did speak with mr. privett and his family last night. she says that he told her he was doing what he loved to do in his retirement. he had simply gone fishing. >> but his family is understandably shaken from this. by the violence and what was said to him and what was done to him. >> the mayor and police commissioner with civic and religious leaders gathered at city hall to denounce this hate crime. >> the indi
the u.s. for now, those in the area noknown not to take for granted. with 14 weeks still to go in the hurricane season, that kind of what may not hold out all year. >> law thathe hurricane made la. let's look out onto the caribbean. tropical storm cannoanna has wif only 35 m.p.h. and there is no circular motion of that storm. the more of this storm is bill. it is a full-blown hurricane. it will curve to the north and will perhaps be more of a threat to bermuda than here in the atlantic coast region. we will talk more about that and our own tropical weather coming up in just a minute. >> in the ongoing political battle over health care reform, conservatives are pleased that many democrats are concerned. we have the latest from washington. president barack obama did not mention the public auction today. >> no one is one to take away your benefits. and that is the plain and simple truth. for benefits for the uninsured, the president had fought for government insurance until he appeared to give up. >> whether we have it or don't have it is not the entirety of health care reform. th
story tonight. history is made in washington as the u.s. senate votes to grant -- to confirm judge sonia sotomayor or as a first hispanic justice to the supreme court. >> the senate is racing to complete other actions as well. we will get the latest from steve on capitol hill. >> the final vote look like history in the making. senators stood to say yea or nay. >> the yeas are 68 and the nays are 31. >> confirmed as a supreme court justice, sonia sotomayor or, 57. she was raised poor in new york, a brilliant student, prosecutor, and federal judge for 17 years. nominated by president obama, she will be the first hispanic to sit on the supreme court. every democrat heat on praise. >> she is clearly qualified. she is extremely intelligent, and she represents the american ideal that at the end of the day, race and ethnicity and class are not supposed to predetermined anything. >> 9 republicans voted yes. >> judge sotomayor mo's decision are not outside the legal mainstream. >> most republicans worried she has a legal -- a liberal bias. >> we need judges who of all the rights of all, not just
and this weekend possible shooting triggered the suspects are still on the loose. kerry cavanaugh joins us live with the details. we are having trouble with that live shot and will try to get them back to you as soon as we karen. >> police in washington, d.c., say a girl was shot on the shoulder. police say the 14-year-old was inside a home of frederick douglass place earlier this morning. residents say there were several men standing on the corner when a hail of bullets hit the girl's house. >> how many bullets came into your house? >> none, but two struck her. they say she was lying in bed, then she would have got shot in the head twice. >> the girl was treated and released. police are investigating who fired the shots into the home. >> police are investigating a deadly accident involving a motor tonight. authorities say a 35-year-old william jacobs died after his motorcycle was cut off by an acura. the driver was not injured. police said out the hall was a factor. >> of baltimore man has been flown to germany to face charges for a murder. he was extradited to face charges. dna track authorit
tell us that hynson's sun is serving overseas. blood alcohol testing was conducted on each operator. >> tonight, police are looking for to development that rocket woman at a drive to atm. -- for two men that robbed a woman at a drive-through atm. two men approached the vehicle, display a weapon and demanded money. she later called police. kutz denied to baltimore city police are looking into a weekend shooting in northeast baltimore had a 30 p.m. last night. someone started shooting at the intersection of harvard and old harford road. the unidentified victim was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest. and police said a man and woman were shot at the 1000 block of 36th street just after 11:00 p.m. saturday night. both were taken to hospital with what were considered to be non- life threatening injuries. no word on a motive or suspects. >> prosecutors are rejecting claims that they abused the grand jury process in the indictment of sheila dixon. a response to a motion has been filed concerning subpoenas that were issued back in january. ross says those subpoenas were
extracted or synthesized using bacteria and fermentation. they said that functional fibers cannot hurt. women having children in their late '30's and early '40's has become so commonplace and no one even remarks on it anymore. that does not mean that the pregnancies come without any risk. >> this 42-year-old said that time slipped away. she was 41 by the time she was pregnant. i was worried when i found out things that could happen. my mom said that people have changes. >> dr. robert alice says that is true, having babies later in life has its risks. in fact, he sees them as a normal occurrence, but that does not mean that pregnancies, about complications. >> they are the biggest ones that cause risks. you have other fax that cause risk. a high risk of labor and a high risk of other issues. >> he says that most older women are successful at conceiving and having a baby, and that is reassuring to laura who is due on january 2. >> i had an ultrasound yesterday and you could see the skelton and the face -- the skills and and the face. it looks like a baby now. >> the best of luck to her.
that coaches should follow when it is extremely hot outside. melissa carlson joins us live from stevens bill. >> this has been bumped up to 14 and sports teams are still practicing. the affected varsity team is practicing inside the gym. not everyone involved is 100% convinced that he was the only issue in yesterday's case. it was just after 4 -- 4:45 p.m. when a 911 call was placed. >> we found that we had about one dozen sick players. initially, the concern was if we had a has not incident or the world to sit at once. >> 14 students and three coaches were transported to area hospitals. they have all since been released. >> we believe that it was heat related illness. there is no reason to believe anything else. >> some admit it is strange. >> we are really waiting for all the facts. we had all of our teams out here practicing yesterday and no other team had a problem. that team had really been practicing for about 45 minutes when all this occurred. that is why we are looking at other causes. >> be factors included water and food sources and concerns about chemicals on the field. >> they do
documents, he used his cell phone, ask about a car that the victim was selling and lower them outside. -- it lured him outside. during a conversation, he admitted that he shot a white guy three times with a 44 caliber handgun. he was a key witness in the case of patrick buyers, charged with a murder. he had agreed to testify after the murder of another man. he used an illegal so far wall behind bars to order the kit. buyers was sentenced for the murder. >> before his sentencing, he stood up and faced the family and said that he truly regretted everything he had done and that he truly apologized for what he did. his sister told him to educate himself in prison and one day, his mother said she hopes to be able to forgive him, right now, she can't. >> thank you. tonight, authorities in howard county are searching for a suspect that this kid after assaulting a deputy. he was wearing handcuffs and leg restraints but used those cuffs to choke and hit the deputy and then tried to get the deputies gun. the deputy is being treated at howard county general hospital. >> a car accident is under i
after another vehicle slammed into her car. david collins joins us live from the crash scene. >> that seem was something else. the neighbors are still talking about it here in this neighborhood. crash debris still litters decide what, here. we are learning more about the victim. >> the 23-year-old woman was returning from a doctor's appointment and when an alleged carjacker slammed into her nissan sentra. witnesses say that the car flipped over at least four times before coming to a stop 60 feet from the initial contact. she died a short time later at the trauma center. family members say that she had just been recently diagnosed with lupus, a disorder where the body's immune system attacks its own tissues and organs. this began around 3:40 p.m. thursday. members of the task force were doing surveillance work mayor martin luther king boulevard and they spotted a honda accord that had been reported stolen. >> the driver of the vehicle became spooked and took off at a high rate of speed. one of the supervisors for the regional auto theft task force told the rest of the units no
on the budget deficit. david collins is following the story and joins us live with the latest. >> in just two weeks, the governor will/millions of dollars out of the budget. -- the governor will slash millions of dollars out of the budget. they came on their own time to put a human face on the budget cuts. the governor is looking to slash another $750 million to make ends meet. >> we are standing clear and loud, no more cuts on state employees. the fat has been cut. the mussel has been cut. we are down to the bone. >> there is concern that options may be trumped by more furloughs or layoffs. >> further cuts would cut services. we are important because we print checks, refund checks and payroll checks. if those services get cut, ross says slows down. >> so far, the have only focused on using generic brand medication rather than name brand. be then they cut low priority programs or share resources with other agencies. ibe >> any further cuts would probably jeopardize the safety of our delegates and our senators. the that is what we don't want. >> bearing the budget briefing, legislators came up
are already setting up. >> it has become a tradition with all of us here ever since the reagans came to town. we had a hiatus after the colts left and we have the ratings now and we have done this every year. -- the ravens now and we have done this every year. >> the check out this cadillac. >> i treated my cousin his car for my living room furniture. i needed a car foto come down ad killed in an ad did not need my furniture in the living room anymore. >> we have got a nice big area here for food. this is how we do it. >> we are out of the rain, protected, and everybody knows what we're that close to the porta-potti. >> it is the beginning of the football season and for all of these ravens football fans life is worth living again. >> most people go to church on sunday. we come here. >> it gives is a chance to get together. >> will have to be happy and celebrate and cook and drink. i live for it. >> it has been a long years since we got knocked out by the steelers. this is super bowl season. but we are good to go. >> simmering, but they are under the highway, right? it does not -- some rain,
will be furloughed. gov. o'malley outlined his latest plan to save money. john joins us with more on the story. >> governor o'malley is quick to point out maryland is one of seven safe maintaining a aaa bond rating. he says these are the hard decisions required to keep five. >> my message to all of the state employees is these are difficult times, and we have to make the decision necessary in order to protect our priorities and continue to move forward to the other side of this recession. >> the cuts totaled 454 million with to enter five layoffs, 109 vacant positions cut end state government will also close five extra days in 2009. >> we are going to close government for five days, before labor day, thinks giving, christmas eve, new year's eve, and before memorial day. >> who will make the decisions in a timely and fair way and do so for the benefit of protecting the people of maryland and getting this through to the other side of the recession. >> furloughs will save $75 million, and they will be focused on top earners, people making more than $100 million, losing 10 days of faith. >> indivi
members. we also spoke to the victim's father, who told us his son was in the heavy metal music and like to make music videos. he loved his son very much. his father also tells us that because his son is an organ donor, his heart may be needed right here in baltimore. as far as the suspect, he has been charged with dui and possession of heroin. he is being held with $100,000 of bond. more charges are pending. >> a terribly sad story, thank you. police are investigating a deadly skat -- a deadly stabbing. 48-year-old andrew was a stab at around ordinance road. anyone with information is asked to call the police. and the two men that kidnap the teenage couple from the parking lot last year? he will spend the rest of his life behind bars. he sentenced him to to life in prison turns -- two life-in- prison sentences. they walked one in the trunk and raped the girl. the other one has also pleaded guilty. close to two dozen dogs were found in need of medical care. we have more on this. >> the house is just down this way on a seabreeze drive. it has been deemed uninhabitable. a neighbor called t
into the '70s. it is a different story to the south and east of us. there are dealing with some showers and storms near the jersey shore. there are some scattered showers but in maryland, the lower eastern shore is dealing with the rough weather and there is some relatively comfortable conditions expected for the next day or two before the storms moved back into our area. we will be back with the 74 cast in a little bit. >> to night, howard county police charged an 89-year-old man with the first homicide of the year. he repeatedly struck a nursing home resident in the head. authorities do not believe that the and the victim knew each other prior to the attack. >> there are few clues in the death of a 51-year-old man. he was found shot multiple times in the secluded home of his parents. jayne miller joins us live from the news room with more on that story. >> there is a lot the police did not know about the murder of scott gruenberg, but there is one thing. >> this was not a robbery. >> that conclusion comes from the evidence in the depth of the 51-year-old. he was found saturday night i
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